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Chef Tony TV Turbo Roaster

law_doc89 | Nov 29, 201403:48 PM     1

Always the skeptic about TV appliances, I couldn't resist my local super market's dumping of these for $1.50 each. Woe unto me for not buying all as gifts. While not shortening the cooking time too much, my 17 lb fresh turkey, cooked with stuffing, came out with the best skin I have ever cooked over many decades, and every bit of meat skwished with juice. I have never eaten turkey so succulent.

Rubbed with salt, paprika, pepper, poultry spices and stuffed with ground bread heel cooked with onion, celery, sausage, walnuts, coated with butter, and cooked at 500 degrees for 15 minutes, then 330 degrees till done; yielded a PERFECT brown, crisp skin. Cooking time was shortened about 45 minutes, but the meat was flowing with juice. This sucker works, and it works well.

Anyone else ever use it?

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